➤ I’m tired of hearing about the contractors’ problems. The union should work for the members.

  • The union works hard for the members, to get the best contract that the market can hold.
  • Part of the job in negotiations is to push hard for the best increases for carpenters but also understand the market. If we get high increases that satisfy our members in the short term but reduce work opportunities in the future, that’s not a win for our members.

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Apprenticeship programs pay off.

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